Why should you attend the British Chambers of Commerce Annual Conference 2017
Monday, 13 February 2017
The British Chambers of Commerce Annual Conference 2017 is an unmissable event for business leaders and those involved in corporate affairs or public policy. Keep up with the key developments in Westminster and understand how they will affect UK businesses – book your place now to avoid disappointment and attend one of the UK’s most important business events on 28th February.
What is the BCC Annual Conference?
The BCC Annual Conference brings together the UK Chamber network and the wider business community for a day of stimulating panel debates and inspiring keynote speeches from senior politicians, business leaders and opinion formers. You will have the opportunity to interact with businesses of all sizes and sectors and representatives from across the Chamber Network.
This year’s Conference will focus on three key themes:
- Brexit: turning uncertainty into opportunity
- Keeping the UK competitive – vision 2030
- Growing business in the regions and nations
Find out more about the programme here.
Who will be speaking?
Our speakers include a Senior Cabinet Minister who will discuss the Government’s Brexit strategy, Rt Hon Greg Clark (Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy), Liz Nicholl CBE (CEO, UK Sport), Rt Hon George Osborne CH MP (Former Chancellor of the Exchequer) and Vincent De Rivaz CBE (Chief Executive, EDF Energy). You can see our full list of speakers on the BCC Conference website.
Why should I attend the BCC Annual Conference?
Businesses can expect to learn where the UK’s priorities should be and gain more insight into the Government’s plans regarding the Brexit negotiation process and the UK’s future relationship with the EU, as well as hear how business leaders are planning for the impact of Brexit.
Also, with many businesses supportive of transferring power from Westminster to the regions, and the Government approaching reform of the UK’s governance, we will be discussing the main opportunities and challenges around devolution, as well as the UK’s infrastructure needs.
The Conference is also a fantastic opportunity to network with hundreds of like-minded businesses from around the UK.
How can I attend?
Visit www.bcccconference.co.uk and book your ticket now to attend the Conference on 28th February 2017, at QEII Centre London. Chamber members will receive a 60% discount on the standard pricing.
If you have any questions or want more information, please email [email protected]